Author ned.deily
Recipients ezio.melotti, ned.deily, phsiao, shilpi, trent
Date 2013-03-21.21:36:46
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Joe, there are many reasons for seeing configure errors like that and they are almost always platform-specific.  Ones seen on OS X are unlikely to be related to ones seen on Solaris so they should be covered in separate issues.  In your case, --enable-universalsdk with no arguments means to use the OS X 10.4u SDK which does not support 64-bit builds ("intel").  As described in Mac/README, you need to specify --enable-universalsdk=/ to use the command-line-tool installed headers on your system or --enable-universalsdk=/path/to/SDK to use a specific Xcode-installed SDK.  Also it is best to explicitly include MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.6 (or whatever) in the ./configure arguments.
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